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. >> reporter: but china remains in denial, according to abc's gloria riviera in beijing. >> reporter: today in china, the defense ministry denied any wrong doing, saying the military has never supported any form of hacking activity. but when a bbc news team tried to film the building outside shanghai, military personnel confiscated the footage. >> reporter: of course, the u.s. is believed to be doing its own cyber attacks on iran and its nuclear program, but officials say that is different than the economic espionage china is conducting. and president obama has now ordered government agencies to help american companies spot and deter hackers from that secret army building in shanghai, diane. >> all right, brian ross, thank you. >>> and now, to the deepening mystery in the murder case against olympic hero oscar today, we saw dueling images. the once beloved athlete in court, hearing the charges against him. solemn, sober. while 700 miles away, there was a memorial for his girlfriend. tonight, two contradictory versions of what happened, and abc's bazi kanani takes us through both. >> reporte
lifts the veil on a kind of invisible war. china, unleashing its full spy power on american power grids and the wealth of american manufacturing. a new report even locates this building in shanghai. it doesn't look threatening, but what are they doing inside? and what does it mean for americ america's national security? here's abc's brian ross. >> reporter: the chinese people's liberation army is the biggest military force in the world, with more than 2 million soldiers. but it is the thousand or so in this nondescript building in shanghai that may pose the biggest threat to the u.s. this is the headquarters of the army's secretive unit number 61398, where, according to the new report today by the mandiant security firm, english-speaking computer experts spend their days stealing secrets from u.s. companies and hacking into government sites. >> this is an espionage operation run by the chinese people's liberation army targeting a broad swath of western organizations. >> reporter: among the most troubling targets, american inf infrastructure sites, including water treatment plants, trans
money on things to borrow money from china to pay for it. >> there was an outcry, but flash forward to the white house, where the winning team invited the big yellow guy to pop up today. >> look, mrs. obama. i'm getting moving right now by jogging! >> there's big bird helping mrs. obama promote exercise, tweeting to the first lady, "hope your husband didn't mind all the loud stomping. i'm not exactly light on my feet." >>> and the countdown to oscar is on, and here's your number. three. that's how many days are left until the big show. we learned today there will be something new at the very end, way past everyone's bedtime. you remember in '91, billy crystal signing off at midnight? in '99, whoop pi goi goldberg c in at 12:20 a.m. but this year, there will be one more musical number at the end of the show, host seth macfarlane and kristin chenoweth will sing us off into the night. so, stay up. >>> and coming up here, something new and human we learned that dolphins can do. you have to hear it to believe it, next. helps provide many with day and night relief of heartburn symptoms ca
in china. of course, given what happened to the first can titanic," is it attempting fate to send a second one out to sea? palmer does not think so. >> one of the benefits of global warming has been, there isn't so many icebergs in the north atlantic these days. >> reporter: neither would the most famous survivor of all, molly brown. according to her great granddaughter, she would be first in line for a ticket. >> probably because she never finished the voyage. and she always loved to finish what she started. >> reporter: at least molly brown would recognize the place. although maybe not the ticket price. some of which may go for as much as $1 million for the best cabins on the first voyage of the second "titanic." john donvan, abc news, washington. >> a million? by the way, a first class ticket on the original "titanic" cost about $4,000, about $70,000 today. "nightline" later at 12:35 a.m. eastern. i'll see you again tomorrow. until then, good night. >>> tonight the i team paints a portrait of the man who killed twot santa cruz cops he's an exmarine and a convicted peeping tom. >> we ha
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